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How to display just a clickable image without any animation?


I have used photo box, image and even column (adding image via shortcode) but all these comes with default animation and some hover mechanism.
(The image bumps up or hovering causes an icon to pop out).

I just want to show an image without any extras.  How can I do that?  Thanks.
I know adding pure html code should work but I want your built-in support to display 2x images for high res devices... so I'm not keen to hardcode anything myself.

SY Lim.


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  • Hi,

    Thanks for the prompt reply. That manages to fix it but unfortunately it would effect the whole site. Is there a way or a certain shortcode I could use to place normal images (w link) without the effects?

    Thank you for your time.

    SY Lim.
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